[Openmcl-devel] Interest in documentation reorganizationl?

Dan Knapp dankna at accela.net
Sat May 29 18:45:13 PDT 2004

> One thing that might (or might not) make things a little easier: all
> of the documentation source (in fact, all of the website content) is
> in DocBook XML format and is maintained in CVS; a cron job runs on the
> web server every hour or so, checking the XML sources out of CVS and
> rebuilding the HTML files from them.  (The HTML documentation in the
> release archives is just copied off of the web server.)

   That does sound like it will be useful.  Excellent.

> The website content can be checked out via anonymous CVS:
> shell> cvs -d :pserver:cvs at clozure.com:/usr/local/publiccvs get website
> (if it's necessary to do a "cvs login" first, the password is "cvs".)

   Are you sure this is correct?  I get:

~ $ cvs -d :pserver:cvs at clozure.com:/usr/local/publiccvs login
(Logging in to cvs at clozure.com)
CVS password:
~ $ cvs -d :pserver:cvs at clozure.com:/usr/local/publiccvs co website
cvs server: Updating website
cvs server: failed to create lock directory for 
(/usr/local/publiccvs/website/#cvs.lock): Permission denied
cvs server: failed to obtain dir lock in repository 
cvs [server aborted]: read lock failed - giving up

> If  anyone wants write access to this stuff, let me know and I'll set
> it up.

   I'll worry about that when I have something to show.  Grin.

-- Dan Knapp

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